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VOL. IV. NO. 32. CHICAGO, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6-7, 1898. PRICE, 5 CENTS 



GOSSIP OF THE TURF. 



A gentleman in this city recently wrote to 
^‘Pa’’ Bradley at Wilcox Wharf, Va., to put a 
price on Traverser. Bradley owns a half inter- 
est in the colt, and of course it was a natural 
supposition that he might bo willing to sell at a 
reasonable figure, say twelve or fifteen thous- 
and dollars. Here is Bradley’s reply : 

“I priced Traverser at Chicago before he 
started for California at $50,000, and will now 
take that amount for him, net. Anything you 
can get above that figure you can have.” 

The gentleman who wrote Bradley is now won- 
dering just about what commission he is likely 
to get if he sells the colt.— Morning Telegraph. 

’Gene Leigh is in the western country again. 
He will race in his own land until the Jockey 
Club tracks begin business. Then and there- 
after he delares to become a New Yorker. 
Leigh says: ”I’ve rented a house and stable 
containing twenty stalls within fifteen minutes 
of the Brighton Beach and Sheepshead tracks, 
and thirty minutes of the Brooklyn track. I 
can lead a horse to either track without much 
inconvenience. 

*T think that Chris Fitzgerald will do the 
starting on the Jockey Club tracks of 1898. 
^Pittsbujg Phil’ isn’t broke. He lost $80,000 in a 
lump on the end last fall. But he won between 
^300,000 and $400,000 in the earlier part of the 
season. 

“Ben Brush is going to England. 

“I’m out of the breeding business forever. 
What I sold for $90,000 cost me $200,000. The 
annual maintenance account of La Belle was 
more than $25,000. 



Speaking of the Kentucky racing bill the En- 
quirer says : “It has been the observation of the 
Enquirer correspondent during many heated 
discussions on the bill that men who breed 
horses to sell for racing purposes favor the 
measure, while those who have arrayed them- 
selves against it are for the most part men who 
are identified with the gambling end of the 
racing game.” 

Senator Bronston is very much in earnest in 
his endeavor to secure the passage of his bill 
pending before the Kentucky legislature to 
limit the length of race meeting. In an inter- 
view he is reported to have said: “That bill 
wiD be passed. It was introduced at the re- 
quest of the breeders of racing horses. Hull 
Davidson in not the instigator of the bill, as 
has been intimated. The representative breed- 
ers are of the opinion that racing has been 
overdone, and that if track operators are per- 
mitted to go on unrestricted it is simply a 
matter of time until by forced legislation the 
sport will be eternally killed. This bill provides 
for a limit on racing to 15 days each, spring and 
fall, which is enough. It makes the operation 
of a poolroom or a foreign book on a race track 
an offense punishable alone by imprisonment. 
Not if I ca^ prevent it will that bill die in the 
hands of any committee. No, sir.” 

From the weights assigned American horses 
engaged in the early English handicaps it is 
quite evident they are by no means held in 
slight esteem. Here are the weights : Lincoln- 
shire Handicap, one mile, to be run March 22, 
James R. Keene’s St. Cloud II (4), 119; James R. 
Keene’s Voter (4), 117; Lorillard-Beresford 
stable’s Diakka (5), 124; Lorillard-Beres- 
ford stable’s Sandia (4), 117. Jubilee Stakes, one 
mile, to be run May 7, at Kempton Park, Loril- 
lard-Beresford stable’s Diakka (5), 128 ; Loril- 
lard-Beresford stable’s Sandia (4), 122; Loril- 
lard-Beresford stable’s Berzak (4), 108; James 
R. Keene’s Voter (4), 120; James R. Keene’s St. I 
Cloud II (4), 115; A. Cockburn’s David II (4), 98; 1 
Richard Croker’s Dobbins (8). 98. i 



LIEBER KARL’S 1898 CHANCES. 

If all goes well w'ith him, it is more than 
probable that Lieber Karl will make his debut 
as a 3-year-old in the Memphis Derby, and it is 
equally probable that he will go to the post the 
favorite. This chestnut son of Forester and 
Daisy Woodruff showed himself to be a rarely 
good stayer last year and possessed in no small 
measure of the first requisite ©f a race horse- 
speed. Three of his victories were over a mile 
course and in one he established the record for 
2-year-olds at that distance. He is extensively 
engaged this year, and, unless he falls victim 
to some of the many accidents attending train- 
ing and racing, appears likely to rank high 
among the crack 3-year-olds of 1898. 

Last year Lieber Karl started in fifteen races, 
of which he won six, was second in four, third 
in two and ran three times unplaced. With 108 
pounds up he beat Traverser and OflScial a mile 
in 1 :40 at Harlem, winning as he pleased by ten 
lengths. At the same course he ran a mile in 
1 :40i with 95 pounds in the saddle. Carrying 
116 pounds he won the Chrysanthemum Stakes 
at St. Louis, doing the mile easily in 1 :42L 



THE FORM OF HOBBY BEACH. 



The 2-year-old filly May Beach won a race at 
New Orleans recently. This led to the publica- 
tion of a sketch of the doings of her sire Bobby 
Beach in a New Orleans newspaper. It was 
readable but singularly inaccurate. Among 
other things it said: 

“In the west Bobby Beach was invincible at 
his game, six furlongs and under, and Brown 
took him east in search of new sprinters to 
conquer and new killings to make; but before 
he could show the easterners how fast he was 
he succumbed to the hereditary weakness of 
the Faustuses, bad forelegs, and dropped out of 
sight.” 

Bobby Beach was a sprinter, it is true, for his 
measure of speed was of the highest order, but 
he was a stayer as well and as good at a mile 
or more as at shorter distances. Captain Jim 
Brown took him east in 1890 when he was a 
3-year-old. There, instead of succumbing be- 
fore “he could show the easterners how fast he 
was,” he started in seven races over the Sheeps- 
head Bay and Gravesend race tracks. Of these 
he won five and was second in two and incident- 



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J. W. SCHORR & son’s LIEBER KARL, CH. C, 3, BY FORESTER— DAISY WOODRUFF. 



At even weights, 118 each, Malvolio beat 
him a neck at Oakley, five and one-half furlongs 
in 1 :072, and beat him a half length in the Gar- 
net Stakes at the same track, six furlongs in 
1 :14J, Malvolio carrying 115 pounds to Lieber 
Karl’s 121. Altogether Lieber Karl’s 2-year-oId 
career was such as to inspire reasonable expec- 
tations of a brilliant future as a race horse. 
The colt’s dam is among Barney Schreiber’s 
band of broodmares at Woodlands. Gene Leigh 
sold her last spring with Estelle and Park Ridge. 

THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL. 



The first edition of the American Sporting 
Manual is exhausted. A second edition is on the 
market. The book is by far the best thing in 
the line of records ever offered to the American 
public. The paper edition sells for 25 cents 
The soft morocco covered, gold lettered Manual 
at 50 cents is a volume that the lover of correct 
sporting records can use for a score of years. 



ally won a fortune for Captain Brown. Mabel 
Glenn beat him a half length in one race and 
Volunteer II a head in the other. He returned 
from the eastern foray a sound horse, and start- 
ing twice at the Latonia fall meeting he won 
twice, one race at a mile, the other at a mile 
and seventy yards. He wound up the 
I season by defeating the great mare Ma- 
rion C at Nashville, giving her weight 
and a beating at a mile in 1 :4U. That year he 
started in eighteen races of which he won fifteen 
and was second in the other three. His third 
defeat was in a mile dash in deep mud at Wash- 
ington Park, Palisade winning. Robespierre 
was third. Bobby Beach was a race horse, the 
real article. 



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NOTES OF THE TURF. 



An English exchange says: “Mr. Horatio 
Bottomley paid a visit to Mr. John Porter at 
Kingsclere recently, and concluded the pur- 
chase of Hawfinch, by Gold Finch— Chalk-Hill- 
Blue, the winner of the Dewhurst Plate, and 
eugaged in this year’s Derby. The price paid 
was $25,000, with a contingency in the event of 
the colt winning the Derby.”— Spirit of the 
Times. 

Capt. S. S. Brown has ordered a starting 
machine to be put up at the Bascombe race 
track, Mobile, where it will be used for school- 
ing his horses in training, especially the two- 
year-olds. If more time was given to educat- 
ing youngsters to the machine there would be 
less trouble at the post and better starts.— Turf, 
Field and Farm. 

The veteran Cy Mulkey will race Yaruba and 
Watossa, two youngsters bred by A. B. Spreckels 
at his Napa stock farm. Yaruba is by the Eng- 
lish horse Golden Garter, dam the Australian 
mare Yarranabee. Watossa is by Watercress 
out of Atosa, by the Melbourne cup winner Dun- 
lop.— ;San Francisco Examiner. 

John E. Madden’s horses earned for him the 
neat aggregate of $63,375 in 1897. Hamburg of 
course was the star performer with total win- 
nings of $43,335. Plaudit contributed $7,200 and 
Howland an even $3,000. 

Sallie Clicquot will no longer be a racing fac- 
tor. She is the property of J. B. Haggin and 
has been ordered to be sent to Rancho del Paso 
for retirement to breeding uses. 

Mars Cassidy has resigned his position as 
starter on the Maryland outlaw tracks. Frank 
Bray has been made his successor. 

The recently closed Brighton Beach stakes 
have received 788 entries and more are expected. 

Fred Foster is dangerously sick at New Or« 
leans with typhoid pneumonia. 

OAKLAND FORM. 



San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 5.— The form of 
Monday’s Oakland fields is : 

First Race— Buena Ventura, Clarando, Gold % 
Scratch. 

Second Race — Sybaris, Purser entry, Catawba 

Third Race — Judge Denny or Garland Barr, 
Collins, Los Prietos. 

Fourth Race— George Miller, Summertime, ^ 
Burns & Waterhouse entry. 

Fifth Race— Judge Denny or Harry Thoburn, ^ 
Cabrillo, Mercutio. 

Sixth Race — Napamax, Ed Gartland II, I C 

Don’t Know. "" 

SIN GERLY FO RM. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 5.— The form of 
Monday’s Singe rly fields is: 

First Race — Dorcas L, Highland Fling, Ed 
Kearney. 

Second Race— Hope, Checkers, Harper. 

Third Race— Charmeuse, Gracie, Arian. 

Fourth Race — Edna Bennett, Intimidad, 
Dutch Lady. 

Fifth Race— Miss Carrie, Le Grande, W. G. 
Harding. 

Sixth Race — Kassala, Bert, Joe Hayman. 

NEW ORLEANS FORM. 

New Orleans, La., Feb. 5. — The form of 
Monday’s New Orleans fields is: 

First Race— Carlotta C, Eton Jacket, Treopia. 

Second Race — W ilson, Volutante, Saratoga. 

Third Race — A B C, Bob Clampett, Van Brunt 
or Vanessa. 

Fourth Race— David, Sister Stella, Balk Line. 

Fifth Race— Banrica, Cavaletta, Wallula II. 

Sixth Race — Jamboree, Belle of Fordham, 
Arrezzo. 



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CHICAGO, ILL.. FEBRUARY 6-7. : 



OAKLAND ENTRIES. 



Probabilities; Weather wet: track muddy. 
First Race— 3 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horse Color, sex and pedigree Wt. 

4022 Prince Will 102 

38083(’larando 102 

3808 La Condisa 102 

4022 Gold Scratch 105 

3754 The Miller 105 

8808 Rainier 107 

Amoltepec, b. f, by Amigo— Belinda 107 

3808 Buena Ventura 107 

E. Come 109 

4022 Master Buck 110 

Second Race — 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds. Allowances. 

39532*The Dipper 89 3950*Approbation. . . 94 

3408 Melvin Burnh’ml03 (3407)Sybaris 107 

3879 Midian 107 40092Catawba 114 

♦E. W. Purser entry. 

Third Race— 1 1-2 Miles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 

4026 Marplot (3) 82 (4006)Claudiana (4) 85 

40273LOS Prietos (3) 90 39893Collins (6) 100 

3989 W.ofF’rtune(6)103 40262JudgeDenny(5)105 
(3989)G’rl’nd Barr(5)106 

Fourth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

The Follansbee Handicap. $1000 guaranteed. 
3-year-olds and upward. 

38453Imperious(3). .. 93 39862 Blarney stone (3) 95 

393620fficial (3) 98 3827*Colonel Dan(3) 98 

(3641)*Traverser (3).116 40(X> Hohenz’ll’rn(4)100 
(3987)G’rge Miller(8)100 3738 Torsion (5) 100 



3700 Paul Griggs (4). 107 

40233Karasin (5) 108 

39552Buck Massie(6)124 



34393Summ’rtime(5) .105 
37373Flashlight (6) . . 108 
19682The Swain (6)... 115 

7885 Ruiuart(5) 126 

♦Burns & Waterhouse entry. 

Fifth Race— 1 1-lG Miles. 
4-year-oldS and upward. Allowances. 

(4008) H. Thoburn(4)101 3937 Osric II (4) ... .104 
3811 Mercutio (4) .... 104 39093Cabrillo (6) .... 106 
40262 Judge Denny (5) 106 



Sixth Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

3969 Highland Ball(3)98 36402Attainment(3) .103 
3987 Florimel (4). ...108 3482 Lone P’cess(4) 110 

3752 Monitor (5) 110 3419M’sW’drdfilly(3)lll 

33083Napamax (3) .111 3529 Mida^(6) .. .113 



(4027)E.G’rtl’ndII(3)115 
3782 A1 Koran (3) — 118 
378731 Don’t Know(9)120 

381l2Sly(4) 124 

37572L0I0 (6) 128 



(4004) Rio Fiio (3).. .11! 
(3986) Hermoso (3).. 118 
(3807)Koenigen (4) ..124 
3951 Lucky Dan(3).126 



NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear; track slow. 
First Race— 3-4 Mile. 
4-year-olds. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4020 Oldham 96 

2793 Sen. Penrose.. .101 
(3865)Carlotta C — 105 
39263£ton Jacket... 105 

39983Everest 107 

3967 Little Ocean.. .110 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4020 Al Kyris 96 

""15 Wrang. D’chess 99 
Watson Rebel . . 103 

40182Mazeppa 105 

39822 Jolly Son 107 

39152L. View Palace 110 

40192Treopia 110 

Second Race— 1 Mile. 
3-year-olds. Selling. 

4002 Wehima 92 1470 Heidorn 

4002 Volutante 99 

1974 Duchess of YorklOl 

40022 R B Sack 103 

3%22 Possum 106 

4018 Peter Archer. ..107 

(3836) Wilson 114 

Third Race — 1 Mile and 20 Yards. 
4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
3984 Inflam mator (4) 97 3984 Tago (4) 
39852Bob Clampett(5)99 

3931 Ransom (6) 101 

(3984) Vanessa (4).. ..103 

3983 Elkin (4) 108 

3731 Bustup (7) no 

40163 Van Brunt (6).. 113 



.. 99 

4002 Bucksaw 99 

3841 The Doctor .... 101 
39812Saratoga 105 

4003 Coronatus 106 

1868 Corelli 112 



.3931 Van Kirkman(4)99 
3964 Nay Nay (4). . . .103 

2791 Swift (5) 107 

40183 Wells Street(6)110 
3998 Fred Barr (5) . . 113 
3983 A B C (5) 113 



Fourth Race— 1 Mile. 

4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 
39832Springtime(7) .. 92 3983 Royal Choice(5)92 
(3983)Sister Stella(4)104 40163Van Brunt(6) . . 105 
3965 Balk Line (7) . . . 107 40013Albert S (5) . . . 108 

(3929) David (6) 109 

Fifth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds. Selling. 

3340 May Clarkston.105 3876 Talliwanda ... 105 



4016 Myriam G 105 

3822 Clara H 105 

Cavaletta 105 

40032 Banrica 105 

Sixth Race 

4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

4020 Blitz’s Sister(4) 97 39493Jack Hayes (4) ^ 



3980 Lida Stuart — 105 

39803 Wallula II 105 

4003 Lou Ann 105 

7-8 Mile. 



3877 Steve Ciolini(4) 99 
3873 Virgie Dixon(5)100 
3998 T’my Rutter (6) 102 

4020 Arrezzo (4) 102 

38022 Jambmee (7)... 107 
4018 Little Music (4) 107 



4020 Elyria (4) 

3967 Hano Belle (5) 100 

4018 Pitfall (6) 102 

4018 B. of F’dh’m(5)105 
3840 Cavespring (7) 107 
3892 Verdi (6) 110 



SINGERLY ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear; track good. 
First Race— 4 1-2 Furlongs. 
4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. Wert. 
Ed Kearney (5) 115 

4014 Legion (5) 112 

Leporello (6).. .112 

3619 IssieO (8) 110 

39582HighrdFling(5)110 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 
39053Belraont (4)... .115 

3776 Rob Roy (9) . ..112 

3975 Radnor (5) 112 

3777 Bettie Hall (5) 110 
39562Dorcas L (6). . . 110 



Second Race— 4 1-2 Furlongs. 
3-year-olds. Allowances. 



(3598) Harper 110 

3939‘2Traymore 107 

3^7 Viola Albers ...105 

3961 Park Slope 105 



3939 Strathmac 110 

4010 Checkers 107 

38343 Lady Linden.. 105 
39922 Hope 105 



Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3- year-olds and upward. Allowances. 
4033.3Cliiswick (8) . . . 122 3959 Walter O (6) . . . 119 
36532Ver Bradford(5)119 4012 Jim Swain (7). 119 

3871 Charley B (8)... 119 39953Arian (5) 119 

3582 Oak (4) 119 40123Qracie (4) 114 

3348 Hazel N (4) . . . .114 (3957)Charmeuse (3)102 

Fourth Race- 5-8 Mile. 

4- year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

3996 Busiris (7) 112 4014 Comedian (5) ..112 

3996 Apprentice (6) . . 112 4032 Intimidad (7) . . 112 
3920 EdnaBennett(4)110 3992 Periodical (4) . .110 

39432DutchLady (7). 110 3995 Nay (4) .110 

3941 Lisnerour (4) . . . 110 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

Mario (5) 115 3834 Dr .Jim (4) 112 

3979 W G Harding(6)112 40143 Will Fonso (6) . 112 

(3943)Le Grande (10)112 40323Miss Loyal (5). 110 
3780 Hanoanna (5).. 110 39212Miss Carrie (4)110 

4032 Sannie (4) 110 

Sixth Race — 5-8 Mile. 

4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

4033 Sprite (7) 110 3958 Joe Hayman(4)107 

40103Blue Jay (8) . . . . 107 35463 Wexford (5) ... 107 

3993 Tutor (5) 107 3923 Sebastian (5).. 107 

4028 Bert (7) 105 3925 Kassala (4) — 105 

3491 Ed Murphy (5). 107 



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INGLESIDE FORM CHART. 

INGLESIDE, CAL., Feb. 5. — Forty-eighth day. Pacific Coast Jockey Club. 

Weather clear; track slow. 



Winter Meeting. 



Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. F. Caldwell. 



The recall flag is not used. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. 



4022 



FIRST RACE — 1-2 Mile. Purse $350. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind Horses 


Wt St H 


Vi % StrFin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H 


L 


C 


3968 FORMERO 


112 3 


24 


1" 


H Brown 


W B Sink Jr 


10 


15 


10 


15 


(3968)SAINTLY 


115 1 


5^ 


22 


Clawson 


AtkiuALottridge 2 


2 


8 5 


9 5 


39682 MILT YOUNG 


105 5 


63 


3» 


Spencer 


Ed Corrigan 


t4 


5 


4 


44 


39322GOLD SCRATCH 


109 2 


IH 


410 


Thorpe 


B'rns&Waterh’se 


*2 


24 


2 


2 


3932 PRINCE WILL 


105 4 


41 


5h 


Gray 


S Reagan 


20 


40 


20 


30 


38963MALAY 


105 6 


3h 


6^ 


E Jones 


B’rns&Waterh’se 


♦2 


24 


2 


2 


DON’T TELL 


. 109 7 


7h 


72 


Hal Brown L H Ezell . 


30 


30 


20 


20 


3968 ACOMA 


106 10 


8 


82 


W Miller 


D A Honig 


50 


100 .50 


75 


3968 HARRY WHITMAN 112 8 


9 


93 


McDonald 


J G Follansbee 


30 


30 


20 


20 


3968 SEVENS 


106 9 


10 


IOh 


McNichols 


N S Hall 


20 


40 


20 


40 


MASTER BUCK 


112 11 


11 


llH 


Freeman 


J Newman 


20 


40 


20 


40 


UCH 


112 12 


12 


12 


W Martin 


Ed Corrigan 


t4 


5 


4 


44 






Time, 241, 374, 504. 













tCoupled in betting. ^Emperor of Norfolk— Merremac colt. 

W^inner— Cb. c, by Conveth— Formosa. 

Start good. Won in a hard drive. Five horses were in the fighting finish. Saintly should 
have won. Ho was best and is game and true ; was poorly ridden and dosed strong and true. 
Formero is a good game colt and will improve. He was lucky and well managed. Young had a 
rough journey and was not well ridden. This fellow likes a route. He closed strong. Scratch 
was not bumped or hampered. He is a good colt. Watch him. He was used too much and 
weakened in the stretch. Will and Tell ran their races. The latter, poorly handled, can be 
tabbed. Malay will only do well on a fast track. Ho will favor a route. Ach. off badly, had dg 
chance, but has been highly tried. 



4028 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-oJds and upward. Selling. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt 


St 


V4 V, 




StrFin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H 


L 


c 


112 


3 


21 


22 


22 


12 


Thorpe 


A J Stemler 


2 


24 


2 


11-r 


114 


4 


114 12 


12 


23 


H Martin 


H L Jones 


3 


3 


2 


24 


107 


6 


44 


4« 


43 


3h 


E Jones 


L H Ezell 


5 


8 


5 


7 


106 


2 


3« 


3nk 31c 


44 


Clawson 


Kittleman Bros 


24 


24 


2 


24 


no 


5 


51 


51 


52 


.520 


C Sloan 


M F Feeney 


12 


15 


10 


12 


105 


1 


6 


6 _ 


6 


6 


Spencer 


R Hughes 


60 


100 60 


100 



38253CAL1ENTE 
3912‘^MAINSTAY 
(3969>KAMSIN 
3856 MIDLIGHT 
39872DON FULANO 
3100 FREE WILL 

Time, 25i, 51, 1 :03J, l:16i. 

Winner— Ch. h, 5, by El Rio Rey— Hettio Humphreys. 

Start good. Won easily. Caliente was far the best and played with his field. He was cut off 
early and is as good as gold. So is Mainstay, who ran his race. He isn’t any too courageous iu a 
drive. Kamsin was always outrun. Watch him. He is good. Don’t leave Midlight off the tab. 
She is ready. She was used too much early. Fulano ran a queer race. He is in condition and 
closed a lot of ground under poor handling. Will was outclassed. 

Scratched— Altanera, 102; Torpedo, 104; Chappie, 105; Amelia Fonso, 105; Starling, KXi ; 
Major Cook, 107; R Q Ban, 110; Fred Gardner, 110; Refugee, 111. 



4024 



THIRD RACE— 1 3-8 Miles. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind 



Horses 



3954 RUFALBA 
(3988)WAWONA 



3971 FOREMOST 
39373TULARE 



Wt 


St 


St 




Vi % StrFin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H 


L 


C 


109 


6 


51 


41 


414 3nk 24 


n 


W Martin 


Ed Corrigan 


8 5 


2 


8-5 9-5 


98 


4 


34 


24 


2» 214 IH 


2« 


J W'oods 


W Boots & Son 


10 


25 


10 


20 


105 


3 


64 


5» 


51 62 5« 


34 


Clawson 


L C White 


10 


12 


10 


12 


103 


7 


7 


7 


61 4 4nk 32 


4f, 


H Martin 


Kittleman Bros 


8 


8 


8 


8 


105 


5 


14 


14 


Ink Ink 42 


51 


Gray 


Al Smith 


10 


12 


10 


12 


105 


1 


4» 


61 


7 7 7 


6» 


Spencer 


D A Honig 


20 


50 


20 


40 


104 


2 


2» 


3« 


3 nk 51 


7 


Tiiorpe 


W’ Weaver 


6-5 


8-5 6-5 


8-5 



Time, 261, 521, 1 :20I, 1 :48, 2 :27. 

Winner— B. h, 5, by Longfellow— Square Dance. 

Start good. Won cleverly; hard drive of three for the place. Dance was best. The going 
was in his favor and he was beautifully handled He is as fit as a fiddle. Rufalba favors moist 
footing and is good. She ran her race and is game. Wawona ran an excellent race. He was cut 
off three times in first half mile and poorly ridden. He is ready. Clarencio favors mud and 
was eased up at the end. Cripple did not run his race. Tulare is only worth consideration on a 
fast track. Was eased up in st retc li. 

/I /' kO FOURTH RACE— l~l-2 Miles. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap 
Over 6 Hurdles. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St 1 



Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



39883 VERAGUA 
39102MONITA 
3988 OUR CLIMATE 
34533GOLD DUST 
39722GOV. BUDD 
39103 J. o. c. 
39723PRES1DIO 
38462ALVARADO II 



146 5 11 11 12 115 130 Hueston 

136 1 5* 44 4 3« 212 McAuliffe 

148 7 32 22 23 24 315 Pines 

143 4 6 6 3 4 4 Stanford 

142 3 41 52 Fell DeSota 

148 2 24 31 Pulled up. Peters 
125 6 7 7 Pulled up. T Murijhy J Cochran 

130 Left at the post. Owens W B Sink 
Time, 2:544. 

Winner— B g, 4, by Sinfax— Partisana. 



A Nickells 2 

M Schwartz 6 

D A Honig 8 

Mrs G T Stanford 6 
T H Boyle 8 

S Stein 6 

10 
3 



7-5 7-5 



Start good. Won in a canter. Voragua is a smart jumper. He was perfectly managed and 
is at his best. Moniia was badly ridden. He is good and can be tabbed. Dust, Budd and Cli- 
mate are best on fast footing. Climate and Budd are ready. Watch both. 

Scratched— Es p erance, 125 ; Cap t. Ree se , 143. 



/i FIFTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles, 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 

The Tarpey Stakes. $1,000 Guaranteed. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St S. 



Vs 



(3898)FLEUR DE LIS119 
39892JUDGE DENNY llo 
39012L1NSTOCK 95 

39353TRIPP1NG 109 

3936 MARPLOT 92 



StrF in Jockey s_ 

4 44 4" 41 4i 12 13 H Martin A J Stemler 6-5 7-5 6-5 7-5 

1 2» 31 34 31 43 24 Clawson F H Hinde 4 6 4 5 

5 5 5 5 5 5 35 (Jray W Applegate 4 6 4 6 

2 D 14 11 1« 3»> 41*^ Thorpe \V B.Jennings&Co 3 34 24 3 

3 31 24 2nk 2« 2» 5 J Woods B Schreiber 12 12 10 10 

Time, 251, 51, 1 :04, 1 :174, 1 :44, 1 :57i 

Winner— B. f, 4, by Maxim— Fleuretto. 

Start good. Won in a gallop. Fleur de Lis is a speed marvel and at her best. She far out- 
classed her lot. Denny is good and ran his race. Tab him. Linstock was cut oft' twice in first 
quarter. He is ready, too, but needs strong liaudliug. Tripping ran as if jaded and stopped at 

end. Marplot was dull and s ee med to be outclassed. 

SIXTH RACE— 7-8~Mile~Purie~$4C0L 3-year-olds and upward. I\llowances. 



Owners 



O H L C 



4027 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St ^4 Vi Str Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



39733ED GARTLAND II 92 
3m»120RIMAR 107 

3986 LOS PRIETOS 92 

39693MORINEL 97 

3909 ELI DAD 95 

3988 TRIUMPH 114 



1 

5 

3 

4 

6 

2 24 



1^ O’Connor D A Honig 
2^ Thorpe J F Stewart 
36 Gray J O Reis 

415 McNichols J Wilson 
54 Barringer J L Barnes 



4 4 3 34 

3 5 4-5 3-5 3-5 

7 8 6 

5 6 5 

100 75 



6 Spencer F M’Cullough<kCo30 50 30 



5 

100 

40 



Time, 25, 504, 1 ;034, 1 :17, 1 :304. 

Winner— Blk. g, 3, by Albert— Piazza. - 

Start good. Won ridden out. Gartland, none too reliable, was not trusted at the finish. He 
had a clear course and was well ridden. Orirnar was in all possible pockets and after being 
beaten, closed a lot of ground. He favors a distance and is ready. Morinel’s game is mud. He 
closed stoutly and was not well ridden. Triumph is but a dash horse. He went to pieces iu the 
stretch. Elidad was outclassed. , « o, 

Scratclied— Lincoln II, 107 ; Trolley, 109; Hermoso, 102; Fortunate, 107 ; Towanda, 90; Scar- 
borougli, 107. 



NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA„ Feb. 5.— Fifty-fifth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. 

Winter Meeting. Weather threatening; track muddy. 



Presiding Judge, Col. R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. 



Racing starts at 2 p.m. 



401G 



FIRST RACE- 
Selling. 



-6 1-2 Furlongs, Purse $250. 3-yoar-olds and upward. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St 14 V% % Str Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



3433 CHERRY B’NCE II 105 2 

3606 HUGH PENNY 118 4 

38653 VAN BRUNT 136 6 

40033GYPCEIVER 106 1 

3917 MYRIAM G 101 5 

3892 HARRY LEE 118 3 



Time, 24i, 501,1:18,1:26. 
Winner— B. c, 3, by Morello — Clarissa. 



12 13 13 14 Caywood D M Hogan 15 20 12 12 

4” 34 24 24 McCafferty J J McCafferty 3 3 24 3 
6 6 53 314 Ham Doss & Storey 10 12 10 12 

314 24 32 41 Hirsch G B Morris 3 3 24 3 

51 51 41 52 Combs P Tomlinson & Co 9 5 2 8-5 2 
2" 41 6 6 Sullivan A R Peabody 40 50 40 40 



Off at first break to a good start. Won easily; second cleverly. Cherry Bounce made a run- 
away race of it. Van Brunt finished strong. Hugh Penny did not relish the mud, Gypceiver is 
of no present account. , 

Scratched — St. Raymond, 103; Will Glenn , 106; Prince of India, 118; ISecedah, 11 8. 



4017 



SECOND KACE— 1-2 Mile. Purse $250. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St 14 H 54 StrFin Jockeys 



Owners 



BESSIE TAYLOR m 

3916 MOUZELTOFF 105 

KATHERINE D 105 

TEQUILA 105 

(3837) DOLLY REGENT 110 
3916 MALAISE 105 

Winner— Ch. f, by Bishop- 



93 JH JH 

3nk 3nk 21 

1» 22 31 
6 6 41 

51 51 51 
41 41 6 

Time, 131, 251, 
Mattie D. 



Barrett 

Aker 

Dupee 

Combs 

N Turner 

Hirsch 

39, 521. 



Ben’gtontfcG’rdner 2 
L & N Schoenfeld 6 
H T Pierce 12 

O G Parke 12 

R Rome 6 5 

A-H A D H Morris6 



O H L C 

3 
8 



3 2 

10 6 
12 5 5 

12 10 10 
8-5 6-5 75 
8 4 6 



Post 8 minufes. Start good. Won driving; the next three were doing their best. 
D acted green at the post. She tired, too, in the last hundred yards. Bessie Taylor 
Dolly Regent’s race was not to the mark. Mouzeltoff was closing fast at the finish 
gent swerved when pinched. 



Katherine 
ran gamely. 
, Dolly Re- 



/I / V THIRD RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

V/ JL O (Substitute for regular race declared off.) 

Ind Ho rses Wt St , H Yt H StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H L 

3982»lLIA 



39982MAZEPPA 
3915 WELLS STREET 
3801 TOM KINGSLEY 
3947 LITTLE MUSIC 
39813PETER ARCHER 
38652B. OF FORDHAM 
36563MAMIE CALL AN 
3982 GISMONDA II 
3947 AQUARELLA 
3985 JERSEY LAD 
:^74 PITFALL 



21 11 IH 12 Combs 



W Jordan & Co 



31 31 21 2^ N Turner R Rome 
9 10 11 33 Peterman J W McKinley 



8 8 

11 9 

12 12 



6NK 6^ 41 7 
7 42 8 

11 23 32 9 
10 11 10 10 
51 5« 61 11 

4nk 7 12 Vi 



41 Southard 
5 n L Smith 
Holden 
Barrett 
Reitz 
Aker 
Pt)ole 

Thompson W W Clark 
Caywood H Sanders 



J S Williams 
J R Hand 
A B Watts 
G Straus 
H Stover 



7 8 6 8 

7-5 8 5 6-5 7-5 
10 20 10 15 
25 40 20 30 
10 15 10 12 
25 30 25 30 
31 3 



12 20 12 15 



104 1 
104 4 
109 9 
96 8 
109 11 
94 12 
107 5 
104 7 
106 2 
107 10 
104 6 
104 3 

Time, 251, 505, 1 ;18i. 

Winner— Ch. f, 4, by Pardee - Nellie. 

Post 12 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second well in hand. Turner rode a poor race on 
Mazeppa. The delay at the post killed Belle of Fordham’s chances. Wells Street, Tom. Kingsley 
and Little Music all finished strong. Ilia’s race was a surprise. 

Overweights — Tom Kingsley, 2 pounds; Gismonda 11, 4; Aquarella, 3. 



McClure A Jones 30 40 30 30 

T A Gay A Co 15 25 15 25 

15 25 15 20 

20 30 20 25 



401!» 



FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St k Va 94 Str.Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



3963 SLIGO II 115 4 

3963 TREOPIA 102 6 

(3944) WIGGINS 101 2 

1839 QUAVER 96 1 

4002 SCRIVENER 944 3 

2713 SANDOVAL 90 7 

2585 lOLA 97 8 

2743 JIM ARMSTRONG 92 5 

*C)oupled in betting. 





21 23 14 1^ T Burns J W Schorr A Son7 104-5 3-5 3 5 

34 3« 3« 2 nk BeauchampW M Wallace 
114 12 23 34 Barrett " - ^ 

52 42 44 44 Guitiers 
7 63 55 5« Southard K D Orr 
615 Cunn’ghamT Licalzi 



34 2 34 

FosterABr’mfield 6 6 4 4 

D Lamasney *50 100 50 75 

30 40 30 30 

100 100 80 100 

*50 100 50 75 

20 100 20 60 



6nk 7 Reitz D Lamasney 

42 51 8 8 C Clay A W Wallace 

„ Time, 24i, 50, 1 :17. 

Winner— Br. h, 6, by Hanover— Kittie L. 

Post 8 minutes. Start fair. Won in a gallop; the next two were driving. Wiggins was made 
too much use of the first part of it. Sligo II came away without an effort. Treopia was outrun 
the first part of it. Jim Armstrong was short. 

Scratched — King’s Pon, 90; Sallie Clicquot, 101; Dorah W’ood, 103; Sim W, 109; Swift, 90; W. 
C. T., 109. 

Overweights — W’iggins, 3 pounds; Scrivener, 44^ 



FIFTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Owners O H L C 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St H V 2 H Str Fin Jockeys 



101 11 
104 6 
106 10 
104 2 
101 3 
104 1 
1014 5 
101 8 
101 7 



8 56 214 12 Gilmore 

5 nk 12 11 2>* N Turner 
62 34 Aker 



Benson, Arth’rAColO 15 10 15 



R Rome 
H T Batchelor 
R Jones 
J M Stewart 



9 9 

22 43 44 4>^k P Clay 
3“ 7 9 51 Dugan 
iH 24 3 nk 6>>k Thompson Mrs H Morgan 8 10 6 8 



3 3 

8-5 6 
6 8 



2 24 

8-5 34 
6 6 



20 20 15 15 



8 8 7 

10 11 11 8 
12 12 12 9 

44 3h 10 10 
63 6nk 7 11 

11 10 51 12 



F Frisbie 



80 100 80 100 



3967 BOB WHITE 
3434 DR. WORK 
3985 JIM HOGG 

3948 ARREZZO 

3982 OLDHAM 
3926 ROBINSON 

3949 ELGITHA 
3966 AL KYRIS 

3983 OREUSA 

3946 BLITZEN’S SISTER 99 9 

3839 ELYRIA 103 4 

.3946 VENCEDOR 104 12 

3985 HARRY S 101 Left at the post. 

Time, 251, 52, 1 :20. 

Winner— Ch. g, 4, by Wawekus - Don’t Know. 

Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second and third driving, Robinson tired after 
going a half mile. Dr. Work weakened at the end. Jim Hogg finished strong. So did Oldham. 
Bob White was much the best. 

Scratched— WTiileaway, 102; Optimus, 104. 

Overweights Jim Hogg, 2 pounds; Elgitha, 24; Oreusa, 2; Elyria, 2. 



Stits 

Barrett 

Combs 

Songer 

Lynch 

Alaric 

C Clay 



A J GarrisonACo 15 20 15 15 

M Wynn 7 8 6 8 

J F Reynolds 12 15 10 12 

W’ C Hutchinson 25 30 25 25 

C Rice 20 20 20 20 

T Murphy 15 20 10 12 



4021 


RACE — 7-8 Mile. Purse $250. 4-year-olds and upward. 


Selling. 


Ind Horses 


Wt St 44 H Str Fin Jockeys Owners 


0 H L C 



3947 FULL HAND 102 2 

(3512) J. M. B. 104 9 

;i982 STOCKHOLM 106 3 

3894 FRONTIER 102 6 

34942CHAR1NA 102 4 

3999 WOLSEY i07 1 

31>84 MISS YOUNG 100 5 

TRANQUILITY 107 7 

6605 PRINCESS MAUD 102 8 



13 13 14 i(* 14 Thompson Brown’gAB’rdm’n7 5 9-5 7-5 8-5 



54 41 41 
7 62 52 

2 m 24 22 21 
9 9 8 61 



41 

3 nk 511 
8 8 
61 7 



5a 

34 34 52 61 



34 24 Combs 
4'i 32 CClay 
42 Gilmore 
Zeno 



H T Batchelor 
J A F Grefer 
J F Madden 
T Murphy 



24- 3 
6 6 



64 

9 9 



Lawrence J A Lynch A Co 
W H Roller 



PClay 

Snell 

Adams 



Winner— B. f, 4, by Hanover— Arragon. 
- • s. St ’ 



Time, 264. 514, 1 :20, 1 :34. 



J W Howell 
N Ransom 



30 40 30 30 
15 15 10 12 
20 60 20 50 
5 8 4 6 

20 50 20 40 
100 200 100 150 






Post 6 minutes. Start good. W’on pulled up; second driving. Full Hand made a runawa; 
race of it. Stockholm tired in the last hundred yards. Frontier ran an improved race. J M 
hung on gamely »t the end. 

Scratched— Virgie Dixon, 100; Rebecca B, 102. 

Overweights— Stockholm, 2 pounds. 



SINGERLY FORM CHART. 



SINGERLY, MD., Feb. 5. 



-Fifteenth day. Singerly Racing Association. 
W’eather clear; track slow. 



Winter Meeting. 



Presiding Judge, Ralph Bayard. Starter, Frank Bray. 



Racing starts at 2 :30 p. m. 



4028 



FIRST RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $100. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St ^ ^ ^ Str.Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O .H L C 



(3867)*CHEER UP 112 .3 2i 12 14 16 Nostrand 

3994 LEONIDAS 118 1 !« 22 23 2i Morris 

3039 LAURELTON 118 4 44 4« 4 kk 35 Coudrier 

39948HARRY WARREN II8 2 31 33 34 -4i B’rckhold 

39%3LAWRENCE P 114 5 6i 6i 6'« 54 Campbell 

39952JACK LOVELL 121 7 7 7 7 6i Griffin 

(3868) BERT 116 6 5^k 54 54 7 Rigby 

3997 CONGO DICK 118 ' ' ’ 

*Disqualified for foul. 



Left at the post. Neel 

Time, 264, 53i, 1:014- 

Winner— Ch. g, 5, by Jim Gray— Vigilette. 

Post 35 minutes. Start poor. Won easily. Cheer Up was 
on the stretch turn. Harry Warren did not have his usual 
strong. 



J Castle 24 24 7-5 8-5 

W L Maupin 4 4 2 24 

Parkville Stable 10 25 10 20 

rMelrose Stk Farm 24 34 24 3 

Dunbar Stable 6 12 6 10 

Wm Lovell 5 7 5 6 

G W Ganz 8 12 8 10 

C Thomas 4 7 4 6 



disqualified for fouling Leonidas 
turn of speed. Laurelton finished 



4029 


SECOND RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. 
Allowances. 


Purse $100. 


3-year-olds. Maidens. 


Ind Horses 


Wt St 44 H 94 StrFin 


Jockeys 


Owners O H L C 



3106 LUCY 112 3 

3957 PINKERTON SC’UT112 1 

39573EDITH GRAY 112 5 

MABEL D 107 6 

3^ CHARITY 109 2 

3853 WENDELL 109 4 

EUNICE 112 8 



3 h 24 23 11 Dangler 

14 1^ 11 23 Nostrand 

51 64 51 3h Morris 

4 h 4 h 4 nk 41 Jones 

24 36 33 514 Rigby 

64 51 54 6h Campbell 

8 7 7 7 Roberts 



Roxboro Stable 10 20 10 15 
J Baker 4 6 4 44 

Jersey Stable 6-5 24 6-5 2 
First Chance Stbl 3 3 6 5 8-5 

Langdon Stable 5 8 5 7 

C S Orrison 4 6 4 5 

Springfield Stable6 10 6 8 



FORESWORN 107 7 7 8 8 8 Higgins P Myers 8 12 8 10 

Time, 265, 56, 1 :024. 

Winner— B. f, by Hyperion— Lucy. 

Start fair. Won easily. Morris never made a move on Edith Gray until the race was prac- 
tically over. She came fast at the end. Pinkerton’s Scout quit as usual when the pinch came. 
Overweigirts— Lucy, 5 pounds; Edith Gray, 5; Charity, 2; Eunice, 5. 



/I / k THIRDt’RACE— 5-8 31ile. Purse. $100. 3-year-olds and upward. 

O v" Special Weights. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St H Yi % Str Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



4013-^A. B. DADE 123 1 

39752 HECK JR 123 2 

(3997)QU’N OF BERLIN 121 6 
3975 MEADOWS 113 5 

LITTLE FRANK 113 4 
39222HARRY BENNETT 123 3 
3093 BEAU BRUM MEL 109 7 



33 21 
22 12 
51 34 
4 nk 411 
64 61 
11 54 

7 7 

8 8 



2 » In Johnson 
11 22 Rigby 
34 32 Jones 
4 nk 41 J Moore 
61 54 Nelson 
54 6 nk Narvaez 

7 7 Dorsey 

8 8 Neel 



Ordway Stable 
(Jamden Stable 
H Baxter 
R Mann 
Belmar Stable 
J J Johnson 
G C Gray 



4 

3 

3 

2 

15 

24 

15 



Melrose Stk Farm6 8 



10 4 8 

7 3 6 

6 3 6 

2 1 6-5 

30 15 25 
34 24 3 
40 15 
6 



30 

8 



(3906) PHIL THOMPSON 123 8 

Time, 261, 525, 1:06. 

Winner -B. g, 6, hy Getaway— Mesquite. 

Start fair. The first three were driving. Johnson rode a strong finish on the winner. Harry 
Bennett’s saddle broke. Meadows was away none too well and could never get up, He was 
heavily played and is ready. A. B. Dade is a good horse right now. 

Scratched— Nantucket, 113; Frances M, HI. 



4oa 1 


FOURTH RACE— 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $200. 
The James P. Young Handicap. 


3-year-olds and upward. 


Ind Horses 


Wt St H Yi %, StrFin Jockeys 


Owners O H L C 



(3959) NEW SOUTH 
(3923)GOV. GRIGGS 
3923 GOULD 
39593KRAUSE 
3923 JONAH WHITE 
3959 HERESY 
4013 SISTER IDA 



12 11 



54 5»k 4h 2» Rigby 

21 3 h Narvaez 
31 41 J Moore 
52 .Tones 



32 21 
41 44 



108 5 
120 1 
105 4 
103 8 
113 2 
102 6 
90 7 

Time, 26, 534, 1 :07, 1 
Winner— B. g, 6, by Fonso — Fay. 



6 61 61 64 McIntyre 
24 34 54 7 Campbell 
- 8 8 8 • 



Hill Top Stable 
.Jersey Stable 
Clover Stable 
D W Mooney 
Dixie Stable 
De Kalb Stable 
F Sharper 



2 3 2 3 

24 34 24 3 
6 10 6 8 
8 12 8 10 

3 5 3 44 

10 15 10 10 
15 25 15 25 



Higgins 
:204, 1 :28. 

-B.g,r. . ~ . 

Start fair. Won drivintr; the next three were driving also. Dorsey handled Siva well. Gould 



was badly messed about. He looked to have finished third. New South ran a good race and 
would have won in a few more strides. 

Scratched— Earn, 114; Dorian, 109. 

Overweights- Sister Ida, 5 pounds. 



4082 FIF^H RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $100. 4-year-olds and upward. 



Ind 



Horses 



Wt St V4 



38503 FEDORA 
3669 0X1 A 
3617 MISS LOYAL 
(3941)SANNIE 
3925 VENTANNA 
3995 INTIMIDAD 
39203 LIZZIE w 
3943 BRAHM 



StrFin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



10 



116 3 32 33 12 11 Rigby T Dwyer 

1112 1 14 21 31 21 Narvaez Homewood Stbl 

116 7 7 7 62 34 Nostrand H B Anderson 

112 2 41 4« 44 44 Jones R W Bailey 

121 6 61 64 51 51 Brooks J Meagher 

118 4 24 Ink 22 6nk Campbell Hill Top Stable 

114 5 .54 51 7 7 Johnson Manor Stable 

118 8 8 8 8 8 Burns J Castle 

Time, 264, 531, 1:01. 

Winner— B. m, 5, by Havre— Visitor. 

Start fair. Won easily. Miss Loyal finished strong. Intimidad tired the last eighth. 
Fedora was the best. Oxia ran her race and finished gamely. 

Scratched— Vermont Bradford, 118. 

Overweights— Ventanna, 3 pounds; Lizzie W, 2. 



8 



2 8 5 2 

24 2 2 

12 4 
8 4 

12 8 
12 6 
7 3 

12 8 - 



/I / \ Q SIXTH RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $100. 4-year-olds and upward. 
*00 Allowances. 



Ind Horses 


W t St /4 


Fs 


94 


Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H 


L C 


39223GOLD DOLLAR 


112 1 


12 


12 


13 


11 


Neel 


William Brown 


2 


4 


2 3 


4012 CHISWICK 


115 5 


24 


23 


21 


24 


Morris 


W L Maupin 


4 


6 


4 6 


(3797) PHAEDRA 


110 3 


4 nk 


33 


31 


34 


Campbell 


Suffolk Stable 


4-5 1 


4-5 9-10 


4012 SPRITE 


115 4 


54 


51 


51 


41 


A Dorsey 


Hill Tod Stable 


8 


8 


6 6 


39783 FRED TRAIN 


116 2 


34 


44 


44 


52 


Burns 


Crescent City Stbl4 


7 


4 7 


3581 BARBETTA 


112 6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Hall 


B McCoy 


10 


JO 


8 8 



Time, 264, 534, 1 :024. 

Winner— Ch. g. 9, by Sir Modred— Trade Dollar, 

Start poor. Won easily. Gold Dollar got about three lengths the best of the start and had 
the race at his mercy. Phaedra could never get up. Chiswick ran above the mark. 

Scratched— Henry, 112; Gallatin, 112. 

Overwei gh ts— F red Train, 4 pounds; Barbet ta, 2. 

TiF EXCHANGL. 

AT MAPLE LEAF PARK, ILL. 

3STOW OPE]Sr.__=^ 

Sp 2 cial trains leave Chicago & Great Western R.R. Depot, Harrison 
Street and Fifth Avenue, at 1:00 p.m. and 1 :20 p.m., stopping at 
Halsted Street, Blue Island Avenue, Ogden Avenue and Forest 
Home. Regular train at 3:10 p.m. 

Returning at 5:15 p.m., and after last ’Frisco race. 

Fare for the Round Trip cn All Trains 25 Cents. 



AT THE MELBOURNE STUD, LEXINGTON, KY. 
....SEASON OF 1898.... 

.. .PRINCE OF MONACO.... 

By St. Blaise; first dam Carina, by Kingfisher; second dam Carita, by Imp. The 111 
Used. A grand racehorse and winner of the following Stakes in the Fast- The 
Juvenile Stakes, the Hurricana Stakes, the Belle Mead© Stakes, the Grand 
Union Hotel Stakes and other races Full brother to the sensational young 
stallion St Carlo, whose California success has been phenom- 
enal. Will make the season at the M eibourne Stud at MploO. 

TEN Dams of stake winners (IF APPROVED) FREE. A SURE FOAL GETTER. 

.. .JIM GORE.... 

(PRIVATE.) 

By Hindoo, dam Katie. Winner of many Stakes and a true and game race horse Will 
be allowed to serve twelve mares (if approved) free, and the dams of stake winners. 
Sire of the Stake winners Gorman, Cedarbrook, Judge Cardwell, Amelia May, 
Dr. Jim, Moncreith, Beau Ideal, Knowles, Wilson and many other good race horses. 

....W. S. BARNES, Lexington, Ky. 




Sunday and flonday, FejJ^ruary 6 - 7 , 1898 



N ORTBERN RACIN(i CIRCIIT OF 1898 



ALL THESE STAKES CLOSE FEBRUARY 21, 1898. 






STAKES FOR HIGHLAND PARK (DETROIT, MICH.)-JUNE 7 TO 23. 



Th 3 Detroit Derby, $2,00;3.— A sweepstakes 
for three-year-olds (foals of 1395). $IU entrance, 
to accompany the nomination, $93 additional to 
start. The value of the stake to be $2,‘tC0, of 
which $1,500 to the first, $350 to second and $150 
to third Winners of a three-year-old sweep- 
stake of $1,500 value, to carry 3 Ihs. extra; of 
two of any value. 5 lbs. extra : beaten non-win- 
ners of a stake in 1897-. allowed 5 lbs. ; non-win- 
ners of three races iu 1897, allowed 8 pounds.; 
beaten maidens, 15 pounds. One and a quarter 
miles.. 

The Michigan Stakes, $1,000.— For three- 
year-old fillies *5 entrance, to accompany the 



nomination, $10 additional to start. The value 
of the stake to be $l.0(X», of which $700 to first, 
$20 j to second and $100 to third. Non-winners 
of a three*year-old stake of Sd'JO value allowed 5 
lbs. ; of two rases in 189^ of any value, 81bs.; 
maidens 12 lbs. One Mile. 

The Brewers Stakes, Selling. $1,000.— A 
selling sweapitakes for threa-year-olds and up- 
ward. $') to accom lany the nomination, $40 
additional to start. The value of the stakes to 
bi $l,'KK), of which $700 to the first, $200 to sec- 
ond and $100 to third. Those entered for $3,500 
to carry weight for age. Allowances: 2 lbs. for 
each .$253 to $1,5 JO, I io ail j ved for each IHX) 



less to $1,000, then 2 lbs. allowed for each $100 
less to $503, Starters to be named with the 
selling price the day preceding the race. S3ven 
furlongs. 

The Banner Stakes, $1,3)0.— For two-year- 
old. $> to accompany the nomination, $50 addi- 
tional to start. Tue value of the stake to be 
$l.3J0, of which $1,000 to the first, $300 to the, 
second and $100 t » the thiid. Winners of two 
sweepstakes of any value, or one of $1,500, to 
carry 5 Ibi. extra; of three or more of any value 
7 lbs. extra. Those not having won a sweep- 
stake allowed 5 lbs., and if such have not won 
two races. 8 lbs. Maidens, if never placed iu 



a sweepstake, allowed 12 lbs. extra. Five fur 
longs, 

The Garland Stakes, $1.000.— For two-year- 
old fillies. $5 to accompany the nomination, $40 
additional to start. The value of the staice to 
be $1,000, of which $700 te the first, $300 to the 
second and $100 to third. Winners of a sweep- 
stake of $1,000 value to carry 3 lbs. extra : of two 
of any value, 5 lbs. extra ; non-winners of a race 
of $'»00 allowed 5 lbs.; of two races of any value, 
7 lbs.; maidens beaten two or more times, 12 
lbs. Starters to be named through the entry 
box the day preceding the race. Five furlongs. 



STA-KBS FOR FORT ERIE OFTT. JUFTE 36 TO JULY 13. 



The Canadian Derby, $3530.— For three-year- 
olds (foals of 1895), $10 entrance, to accompany 
the nomination, $100 additional to start. The 
value of the stake to be $3530, of which $1830 to 
the first. $500 to second and $200 to third. Win- 
ners of a three-year-old stake of the value of 
$1400 to carry 3 lbs. extra; or of two of any 
value, 5 lbs. extra; beaten non-winners of a 
fitake in 1^98 allowed 5 lbs. ; non winners of three 
races in 1898 allowed 8 lbs.; beaten miidens 15 
lbs. One mile and a half. 

The Cascade Stakes. Selling, $1000.— For 
three^year-olds and upwaTd. $i to accompany 
the nomination, $40 additional to scart. Ths 



(HIGHLAND PAR 

value of the stiks to be $1333, of which $J)3 to 
first, $3)0 tosjceil aii $10) to thirl. Theie 
entered for $ 13J) to c ir,-y weigh'; forage; 3 lbs. 
allowed for eaoh $ iJ 1 1 ess t e $3333; th eu I lb. for 
each $303 less to $1)0); 2 lbs. allowed fir each 
$100 less to $J30. St irters to be uamei with sell- 
iug price the day preceiiug the race. Seven 
f drloQgs. 

The Canadian Sportsman Handicap, $1303, 
— For three-year-olds and upward. $10 to ac- 
company the nomination, $13 additional to 
start. The value of the stake to be $13)0, of 
which $1003 to first, $3)J to second and $100 to 
third. Weights te appear three Jdays prior to 



: CLUB; LESSEES.) 

the race. Winners, after piblication, to carry 
51bs. extra. Acceptances to be ra ad e through 
entry box the dey precelinj the race. One 
mile and an eighth. 

The Niagara Stakes, $1033.— For two-year- 
old colts and geldings, $5 to accompany the 
nomination. $l ) adliti'O lal to start. The value 
of the stake to be $D)j, of which $2)0 to second 
and $1)3 1 0 thir 1 Winners of two sweepstakes 
of any value to carry 5 lbs. extra, ruose’o ot 
having won a sweepstake allowed 5 lbs., and if 
such have not wo i tw » races of any value. 8 lbs. ; 
m aidens 10 lbs. Fiye furiongs. 

The Qcb jNsrOiVg -Itvkbs, $ 1 . 0)3— For fillies 



tw ) years old. S5 to icoompany the uomiaation, 
$)J a iditioaal to start. Tfie value of the stake 
to be $1.0)), of which $10) to first. $30) to second 
and $1)0 to third. N ou-wi mers of a race of $>00 
value allowed 5 lbs. ; of two races of any value 
10 lbs.; beaten maidens allowed 15 lbs. Five 
furlongs. 

The Weeland Stakes. $1900.— For two-year- 
olds, $5 entrance to accompany the uomiuatiOL, 
$43 adiitioaal tostart. To c arry 135 lbs. Winners 
of a race of $50) to carry 10 lbs. extra : or of two 
sweepstakes of any value 15 lbs. extra. Those 
beaten in a sweepstakes and not having won, al- 
lowed 5 lbs. Five furlongs. 



STA.KES FOR WUsTUSOR, 0]SrT.^A.UeUST 2 TO 18 

(HIGHLAND PARK CLUB; LESSEES.) 



The ('onsolation Stakes, $1000,— For tbree- 
year-oids. $5 to accompany the nomination, $40 
additional to start. The value of the stake to 
be $1000, of which $700 to first, $200 to second 
and $100 to third. To carry 110 lbs. Winners 
of one three-year-old sweepstakes of the value 
of $1200 to carry 12 lbs. extra ; of two of any 
value 15 Iba. extra; those not having ruu second 
in a sweepstake allowed 5 lbs.; maideus 10 lbs. 
One mile and a quarter. 

The Essex Stakes, Selling, $1000.— For three- 
year-olds apd upward. $5 to accompany to nom- 



ination, $49 additional to start. The value of 
the stake to be $1030, of which $703 to first, $3U0 
to second and $103 to third. Those entered not 
to be sold to carry 5 lbs. extra; if for $3000, 
weight for age. Allowances: I lb. for each $3.50 
to$30fK); 1 lb. for each $103 to $1000 ; 2 lbs. for 
each $100 to $630. One mile and an eighth. 

The Merchants’ Stakes, $1000— For two-year- 
old colts and geldings. $5 to accompany the 
nomination, $40 additional to start. The value 
of the stake to be SIOOO, of which $700 to first, 
$200 to second and $100 to third. To carry 115 



lbs. Winners of two sweepstakes to carry 5 lbs. 
extra; of three, 8 lbs. extra. Non-winaers of a 
sweepstakes that have not won three races 
(selling purse races except«d) allowed 7 lbs. 
Maideus 13 Ibi. Five furlongs. 

The Hotel Stakes. $1033— For two-year-olds. 
$5 t > accompany the uomiaation, $4 ) ad litional 
to start. The value of the stake to be $1,000, of 
which $700 to first, $300 to second aud $10) to 
third. Non-wiauers of a sweepstake allowed 10 
lbs.; non-wiuuers of two races of any value 15 



lbs.; maideus that have been beaten, 20 lbs. 
Five and a half furlongs. 

The Belle Isle Stakes, $1300— For fillies 
two year-olds; $> to accompany nominatio i, $40 
additi >nal to start. The value of the stake to 
be $1,003, of which $730 to first, $200 to second, 
and $100 to third. To carry llO lbs Winners of 
two sweepstakes for fillies, or one for 
colts and fl lies to carry 10 lbs. extra. Non- 
winners of a sweepstake allowed 5 lbs. and if 
such have not won two races (selling purse races 
excepted) 8 lbs. Five furlongs. 



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A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON. 



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